Where in the garden?
It is important to create your new building in the right place. The visual impact of your new building is most striking when the surrounding space has been created for it. You may have a large garden with many spots to consider for your new room. Or you may think you have limited options available to you. This is where we can advise you. We are experts at making the most out of a small space! This is why it is often advisable to consider this part service from the very beginning. Once we have established the size and style of your garden room, then the precise position and orientation can make a significant difference to the overall appearance and impact of your new space. Your garden room can include a hidden storage area for bikes, the lawnmower and outdoor items. This means that you can dispense with any existing garden shed and increase the workable space.
Standing out or blending in?
It is advisable to consider your neighbours when planning your garden room. This is ‘your’ space but depending on the placement of it, it’s possible that your neighbours may be seeing a lot of it too! We will help you with distance regulation, height restrictions and any further legal requirements you may need to look at.
Like our beautiful Holmfirth garden room pictured, you may have certain conditions to your build, this wonderful room needed to be clad in the area’s local stone in order to match the house and surrounding area. This allows the building to blend in beautifully, with no cause for complaints from neighbours or visiting conservationists!
Not many gardens are perfectly flat either! In some instances this may require tiering and possibly some steps. The access to your garden room will be simple and attractive to lead you and the eye, to your fantastic new space. It also needs to be practical in all weathers, and safe. When pathways are designed as part of the complete project, they can also provide the perfect routing for power, water or drainage services for your new room.
Moving indoors, outdoors.
An increasing trend is to use the garden as a real extension of your home, in whatever form and continuing your interior decor right through. Moving from the main house through your double doors or french windows, out onto a beautiful, plant filled patio area with your entertaining outdoor space for eating al fresco, then through your landscaped garden into the privacy of your airy and light filled garden room.
Whatever your garden dream, we at Swift would love to help you create it!
Get in touch today and let Swift provide you with the extra garden space you need.
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